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Muskegon, Michigan is located in Muskegon County. Zip codes in Muskegon, MI include 49442, 49445, and 49443. The median home price in Muskegon is $55,000 which is roughly $45/per square foot. More Muskegon information.

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3 hrs ago | MLive.com

Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies brings German survivor to Muskegon in April

The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies will feature a survivor whose family was one of few that received asylum in the United States during its annual Shoah Remembrance observance this month.

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5 hrs ago | WXYZ

1 Year Later: What happened to Jessica Heeringa?

It's been nearly a year since young mother Jessica Heeringa vanished without a trace during her late night shift at a West Michigan gas station.

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10 hrs ago | MLive.com

Michigan author Jean Alicia Elster to visit Muskegon-area libraries, discuss segregation era

Elster, author of the award-winning children's book "The Colored Car," will visit will visit several schools and libraries in Muskegon County Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26. "The Colored Car" is winner of a 2014 Michigan Notable Book Award.

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14 hrs ago | MLive.com

Top 5 things to do in Muskegon area this weekend: Chilly Blues and more

For the 22nd consecutive year, the Chilly Blues Festival will take place at several different venues in downtown Grand Haven.

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15 hrs ago | MLive.com

Osmond Brothers produce packed Frauenthal Center for free concert

On Wednesday, April 23, the three remaining members of the band -- Merrill, Jay and Jimmy -- visited Muskegon and the Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts for a free concert.

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19 hrs ago | MLive.com

Letter: Chronicle decision on front-page story selection baffles angered reader

You have the uncanny ability to take something great and turn it into trash. On Sunday, March 23 you could have used the front page headlines to honor and recognize a fabulous Muskegon Big Reds basketball team which brought great pride to some 49,904 residents of greater Muskegon.

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

Los Angeles Times

Marine receives Navy Cross for bravery during firefight in Afghanistan

SAN DIEGO -- A Marine now stationed at Twentynine Palms has been awarded the Navy Cross for "courageous leadership, composure under fire and tactical expertise" during a five-hour firefight with the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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MLive.com

Muskegon Heights police investigating teen's Rotterdam Avenue street shooting

Details were sketchy early Wednesday evening about the shooting of a male youth on Rotterdam Avenue east of Fifth Street in Muskegon Heights.

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MLive.com

Public Health - Muskegon County invites public to community meeting on infectious diseases

Area residents who want to know how the local health department inspects their favorite restaurants or why it encourages the flu shot and other immunizations can learn those details and more on Thursday, April 24. Public Health - Muskegon County will host the free seminar "Working Together to Control the Emergence and Spread of Infectious Diseases ... (more)

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MLive.com

Muskegon Prom 2014: Area prom season continues with Muskegon, Western Michigan Christian and Holton high schools

The MLive Muskegon Chronicle prom team joined students at this past Saturday's North Muskegon High School prom, launching the 2014 prom season in the Muskegon area.

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MLive.com

Michigan Supreme Court rules against grandmother in Muskegon guardianship case

The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that the Florida grandmother of several Muskegon County children shouldn't be favored to be their guardian just because she's a relative.

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MLive.com

Midday Muskegon headlines: Jessica's disappearance, Heights man shot, Chilly Blues

To say the last year for investigators working on the mysterious Jessica Heeringa abduction case has been frustrating would be an understatement -- a huge understatement, says Norton Shores Police Chief Dan Shaw.

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MLive.com

Pine Street to close Thursday for Muskegon County Jail construction

Pine Street will close for most of the day Thursday, April 24, related to construction of the Muskegon County Jail.

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MLive.com

Two finalists selected for superintendent position at Muskegon Area Intermediate School District

Two finalists have been selected to become the next superintendent of the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District, and the only local candidate is not one of them.

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MLive.com

Muskegon morning weather report: Sunny and nearly 50 degrees

Enjoy the sunny, pleasant day today, April 23 in Muskegon, because the next couple of days may be rainy, according to the National Weather Service.

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MLive.com

Every Woman's Place to host 'Denim Day' in West...

Several Muskegon-area businesses, nonprofits and residents will be decked out in jeans instead of casual business attire on Wednesday, April 23 in effort to bring awareness to the prevalence of sexual assault.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

MLive.com

Cobb Plant officials: We won't just 'walk away'; study of future uses underway

Using the principle "leave it better than we found it," officials with Consumers Energy said they are committed to helping find a new use for the B.C. Cobb property after the power plant closes in two years.

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MLive.com

Local students create public service announcements to promote dangers of underage drinking

For the past several weeks, more than 100 students from six different schools have been teaming up with the Muskegon Alcohol Liability Initiative to raise awareness to the dangers of underage drinking by creating public service announcements.

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MLive.com

Cousin of motel holdup/shooting victim charged with setting him up

A third suspect has been charged in the November 2013 holdup of a man in a Norton Shores motel that led to the victim being shot four times.

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Northern Michigan News

Flood levels recede, but conditions still unsafe

Although river levels are dropping, emergency management officials are warning parts of Osceola County may remain unsafe for several days.

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